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** The TNT Warehouse.
** Ye Olde Pre-1.9 Boat Physics

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** [[StuffBlowingUp The TNT Warehouse.
Warehouse.]]
** Ye Olde Pre-1.9 Boat PhysicsPhysics.



** Death 31 in part 8 is one against the dialogue of ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''

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** Death 31 in part 8 is one against the dialogue of ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''.


** Death 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, [[KillItWithFire they re-routed said track into a lava pit]].

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** Death 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, [[KillItWithFire [[AMoltenDateWithDeath they re-routed said track into a lava pit]].



* CheatersNeverProsper: Not only does the victim of death 25 in part 5 get banned from the server for cheating, but it's also pointed out that the glitch he was trying to exploit doesn't work anymore.

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* CheatersNeverProsper: Not only does the victim of death 25 in part 5 get banned from the server for cheating, but it's also pointed out that [[AllForNothing the glitch he was trying to exploit doesn't work anymore.anymore]].



* DeathFromAbove: Be it anvil, gravel, train, or something else, expect at least one of these per video.

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* DeathFromAbove: Be it anvil, gravel, train, airship, or something else, expect at least one of these per video.


* Animal Assassin: Parodied; Death 5 in part 7 is titled "Passive aggressively murderous chickens," when a chicken walks along a cliff and pushes someone off.

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* Animal Assassin: AnimalAssassin: Parodied; Death 5 in part 7 is titled "Passive aggressively murderous chickens," when a chicken walks along a cliff and pushes someone off.

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* Animal Assassin: Parodied; Death 5 in part 7 is titled "Passive aggressively murderous chickens," when a chicken walks along a cliff and pushes someone off.


* {{Anvilicious}}: Parodied InUniverse; death 43 in part 6 is an anvil in favor of net neutrality, and the death right after it is the viewer getting a literal anvil (with "NET NEUTRALITY IS GOOD!!!" written on it) dropped on their heads.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: {{Anvilicious}}:
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Parodied InUniverse; death 43 in part 6 is an anvil in favor of net neutrality, and the death right after it is the viewer getting a literal anvil (with "NET NEUTRALITY IS GOOD!!!" written on it) dropped on their heads.



** Death 18 in part 9 happens when a boss refuses to provide sick leave for his employees, leading to a SneezeOfDoom in [[StuffBlowingUp a TNT factory]].

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** Death 18 in part 9 happens when a boss refuses to provide sick leave for his employees, leading to a SneezeOfDoom in [[StuffBlowingUp a TNT factory]].warehouse]].



* ExactWords: Death 7 in part 8 happens when a child reads a "must be accompanied by a parent or guardian" sign and decides she should bring [[SeaMonster a Guardian]], which then kills the ticket vendor.

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* ExactWords: ExactWords:
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Death 7 in part 8 happens when a child reads a "must be accompanied by a parent or guardian" sign and decides she should bring [[SeaMonster a Guardian]], which then kills the ticket vendor.



* FlameWar: An unlucky sap triggers one in death 39 in part 3, leading to him dying by way of getting caught in the ([[ArrowsOnFire literal]]) crossfire.
** It happens again for death 44 of the Christmas edition, complete with flaming arrows.

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* FlameWar: FlameWar:
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An unlucky sap triggers one in death 39 in part 3, leading to him dying by way of getting caught in the ([[ArrowsOnFire literal]]) crossfire.
** It happens again for death 44 of the Christmas edition, once again complete with flaming arrows.



* GoneHorriblyRight: For death 12 of the Christmas episode, Redstone Ned remembers how he previously got crushed by a present from Santa, so he decides to be as naughty as possible in order to avoid that fate this year. He succeeds… and gets crushed by coal.

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* GoneHorriblyRight: GoneHorriblyRight:
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For death 12 of the Christmas episode, Redstone Ned remembers how he previously got crushed by a present from Santa, so he decides to be as naughty as possible in order to avoid that fate this year. He succeeds… and gets crushed by coal.


** Sub-optimal designs (usually involving [[MadeOfExplodium building things out of TNT]]).

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** Sub-optimal designs (usually involving [[MadeOfExplodium building things out of TNT]]).TNT]] and/or magma).



** Death 3 in part 3 is caused by a tornado and dubbed [[Film/TheWizardOfOz "Living in Kansas".]]

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** Death 3 in part 3 is caused by a tornado and dubbed [[Film/TheWizardOfOz "Living in Kansas".]]Kansas"]].



** Death 44 in part 5 is caused by Music/LinkinPark.

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** Death 44 in part 5 is caused by Music/LinkinPark.listening to Music/LinkinPark ("[[{{Pun}} in The End, it doesn't even matter]]").



** Death 45 in part 8 — accidentally dropping yourself and some lit TNT into a mob pit — is labeled "Reenacting Your Favorite Scene from ''Film/DrStrangelove''".

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** Death 45 in part 8 — accidentally dropping yourself and some lit TNT into a mob pit — is labeled "Reenacting [[RidingTheBomb Your Favorite Scene Scene]] from ''Film/DrStrangelove''".



** Death 9 in part 4 is caused by [=YouTube=] hate comments.

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** Death 9 in part 4 is caused by [=YouTube=] [[{{GIFT}} hate comments.comments]].



** Death 14 in the Halloween edition is one against EA Games, referring to its CEO's smile as "a truly cursed image".

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** Death 14 in the Halloween edition is one against EA Games, Creator/{{EA Games}}, referring to its CEO's smile as "a truly cursed image".


* JumpScare: Death 49 in part 3 is originally presented as literally being bored to death. Then Springtrap rears his ugly head, and it's switched to "[[SensoryAbuse Wearing Headphones]]".

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* JumpScare: Death 49 in part 3 is originally presented as literally being bored to death. Then Springtrap rears his ugly head, and [[BaitAndSwitch it's switched switched]] to "[[SensoryAbuse Wearing Headphones]]".



* NotInFrontOfTheParrot: Two deaths in part 4 are caused this way; the first affecting an unfortunate pirate who happened to be complaining about the captain in front of his PirateParrot, and the second is affecting the parrot itself (which just flies away).

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* NotInFrontOfTheParrot: Two deaths in part 4 are caused this way; the first affecting an unfortunate pirate who happened to be complaining about the captain in front of his PirateParrot, and the second is affecting the parrot itself (which just flies away).away, so it doesn't actually count as a death).


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* RasputinianDeath: Death 48 in part 5 is this — it has so many deadly things coming at the victim that [[EvenTheSubtitlerIsStumped the death title cards have no clue what actually killed them]].


* AIIsACrapshoot: Number 32 in part 2 is "Building a Self Aware Redstone Device".

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* AIIsACrapshoot: Number Death 32 in part 2 is "Building a Self Aware Redstone Device".



** Death number 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, [[KillItWithFire they re-routed said track into a lava pit]].
** Number 19 in part 1 sees someone get dropped into a pit by their boss for failing to meet quarterly objectives.
** Number 18 in part 9 happens when a boss refuses to provide sick leave for his employees, leading to a SneezeOfDoom in [[StuffBlowingUp a TNT factory]].

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** Death number 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, [[KillItWithFire they re-routed said track into a lava pit]].
** Number Death 19 in part 1 sees someone get dropped into a pit by their boss for failing to meet quarterly objectives.
** Number Death 18 in part 9 happens when a boss refuses to provide sick leave for his employees, leading to a SneezeOfDoom in [[StuffBlowingUp a TNT factory]].



** Death number 4 in the first part happens when a witch accidentally turns into a sheep, getting them mauled by a hungry wolf.

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** Death number 4 in the first part happens when a witch accidentally turns into a sheep, getting them mauled by a hungry wolf.



* BlobMonster: Numbers 6 and 42 in part 2 are caused by a slime and magma cube attack, respectively.

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* BlobMonster: Numbers Deaths 6 and 42 in part 2 are caused by a slime and magma cube attack, respectively.



* CantYouReadTheSign: Both played straight and parodied; death number 22 in part one happens when someone fails to heed the "Beware of Dogs" sign, and the very next death happens to someone who actually ''does'' stop to read the sign ("Readers will be shot").
* CheatersNeverProsper: Not only does the victim of death 25 in part 5 get banned from the server for cheating, it's also pointed out that the glitch he was trying to exploit doesn't work anymore.

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* CantYouReadTheSign: Both played straight and parodied; death number 22 in part one happens when someone fails to heed the "Beware of Dogs" sign, and the very next death happens to someone who actually ''does'' stop to read the sign ("Readers will be shot").
* CheatersNeverProsper: Not only does the victim of death 25 in part 5 get banned from the server for cheating, but it's also pointed out that the glitch he was trying to exploit doesn't work anymore.



* FlameWar: An unlucky sap triggers one in number 39 in part 3, leading to him dying by way of getting caught in the ([[ArrowsOnFire literal]]) crossfire.

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* FlameWar: An unlucky sap triggers one in number death 39 in part 3, leading to him dying by way of getting caught in the ([[ArrowsOnFire literal]]) crossfire.



* {{Greed}}: The title given to death number 4 in part 2[[note]]which could be more accurately described as "SchmuckBait"[[/note]], and the cause of a lot of other deaths in the series.

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* {{Greed}}: The title given to death number 4 in part 2[[note]]which could be more accurately described as "SchmuckBait"[[/note]], and the cause of a lot of other deaths in the series.



* JumpScare: Number 49 in part 3 is originally presented as literally being bored to death. Then Springtrap rears his ugly head, and it's switched to "[[SensoryAbuse Wearing Headphones]]".

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* JumpScare: Number Death 49 in part 3 is originally presented as literally being bored to death. Then Springtrap rears his ugly head, and it's switched to "[[SensoryAbuse Wearing Headphones]]".



* LowClearance: The cause of death number 5 in part 1.
* MamaBear: Death number 33 in part 3 is "Standing Between a Wild Polar Bear and Her Cub".

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* LowClearance: The cause of death number 5 in part 1.
* MamaBear: Death number 33 in part 3 is "Standing Between a Wild Polar Bear and Her Cub".



** Death number 29 in part 2 happens when a little girl tries to sing "Happy Birthday" to her dog, leading to her getting shot by the police for violating copyright law.
** Death number 17 in part 4 happens after two consecutive Nintendo references, leading to a copyright strike by the company.

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** Death number 29 in part 2 happens when a little girl tries to sing "Happy Birthday" to her dog, leading to her getting shot by the police for violating copyright law.
** Death number 17 in part 4 happens after two consecutive Nintendo references, leading to a copyright strike by the company.



** Number 20 in part 1 is "Joining the [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Flying Circus]]" (aka [[GiantFootOfStomping getting crushed by a giant foot]]).
*** Number 31 in part 2 sees the victim die at the hands of [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog]].
** Number 25 in part 1 is titled "The Spice Must Flow", with the character getting eaten by [[Franchise/{{Dune}} a sand worm]].
** Number 28 in part 1, "Rushing to Fight the Ender Dragon", is accompanied by the famous [[Machinima/LeeroyJenkinsVideo Leeroy Jenkins]] sound clip.
** Number 32 in part 1 is [[Literature/CharlottesWeb "Trying to Eat Wilbur"]].
** Number 13 in part 2 happens when an avatar dubbed [[Film/TheMatrix "Neo001"]] figures out that he's in a computer game.
** Number 21 in part 2 happens after the player kills too many monsters, at which point [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Sans]] comes in and kills them. He reappears 19 deaths later to kill someone for trying to spoil his game.
** Number 33 in part 2 sees the victim getting eaten by VideoGame/PacMan.
** In number 36 in part 2, the victim gets killed by [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Legolas]].
** Death number 3 in part 3 is caused by a tornado and dubbed [[Film/TheWizardOfOz "Living in Kansas".]]
** Death number 18 in part 3 is "Ignoring [[Music/{{TLC}} TLC's]] Advice" (don't go chasing waterfalls).

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** Number Death 20 in part 1 is "Joining the [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Flying Circus]]" (aka [[GiantFootOfStomping getting crushed by a giant foot]]).
*** Number Death 31 in part 2 sees the victim die at the hands of [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog]].
** Number Death 25 in part 1 is titled "The Spice Must Flow", with the character getting eaten by [[Franchise/{{Dune}} a sand worm]].
** Number Death 28 in part 1, "Rushing to Fight the Ender Dragon", is accompanied by the famous [[Machinima/LeeroyJenkinsVideo Leeroy Jenkins]] sound clip.
** Number Death 32 in part 1 is [[Literature/CharlottesWeb "Trying to Eat Wilbur"]].
** Number Death 13 in part 2 happens when an avatar dubbed [[Film/TheMatrix "Neo001"]] figures out that he's in a computer game.
** Number Death 21 in part 2 happens after the player kills too many monsters, at which point [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Sans]] comes in and kills them. He reappears 19 deaths later to kill someone for trying to spoil his game.
** Number Death 33 in part 2 sees the victim getting eaten by VideoGame/PacMan.
** In number death 36 in part 2, the victim gets killed by [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Legolas]].
** Death number 3 in part 3 is caused by a tornado and dubbed [[Film/TheWizardOfOz "Living in Kansas".]]
** Death number 18 in part 3 is "Ignoring [[Music/{{TLC}} TLC's]] Advice" (don't go chasing waterfalls).



** Number 45 in part 8 — accidentally dropping yourself and some lit TNT into a mob pit — is labeled "Reenacting Your Favorite Scene from ''Film/DrStrangelove''".
** Number 11 in part 9 is basically a reenactment of Voldemort's resurrection from ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire''.

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** Number Death 45 in part 8 — accidentally dropping yourself and some lit TNT into a mob pit — is labeled "Reenacting Your Favorite Scene from ''Film/DrStrangelove''".
** Number Death 11 in part 9 is basically a reenactment of Voldemort's resurrection from ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire''.



** Death number 13 in part 1 happens when Redstone Ned watches the Franchise/StarWars holiday special. It happens again in the Christmas edition.
** Death number 24 in part 3 is "Working for [[Creator/ElectronicArts EA Games]]", where a worker dies of overexertion after being forced to work day and night without sleep.
** Death number 34 in part 3 is "Standing Between a Wild Creator/{{Activision}} and a Nickel", where a businessman, making a very animalistic growling noise, slaughters someone [[{{Greed}} for the reason stated above]].
** Death number 9 in part 4 is caused by [=YouTube=] hate comments.
** Death number 17 in part 4 occurs after [=JayRiott=] references two Nintendo games back to back, leading to a "short-sighted money grab" copyright strike. This was before the company became more lenient with their [=IPs=].
** Death number 20 in part 5 is "LA Traffic", where someone waits in gridlocked traffic for so long that they decompose into a skeleton.
** Death number 8 in part 6 boils down to "Liking [[Franchise/StarWars Jar Jar Binks]]". Uniquely, this is one both against his fans and haters. The fan is [[TheDitz portrayed by Stu]] and the hater came in and killed him with a lightsaber simply because Stu stated that [[DisproportionateRetribution he found Jar Jar funny in his own home with no one else in sight]].

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** Death number 13 in part 1 happens when Redstone Ned watches the Franchise/StarWars holiday special. It happens again in the Christmas edition.
** Death number 24 in part 3 is "Working for [[Creator/ElectronicArts EA Games]]", where a worker dies of overexertion after being forced to work day and night without sleep.
** Death number 34 in part 3 is "Standing Between a Wild Creator/{{Activision}} and a Nickel", where a businessman, making a very animalistic growling noise, slaughters someone [[{{Greed}} for the reason stated above]].
** Death number 9 in part 4 is caused by [=YouTube=] hate comments.
** Death number 17 in part 4 occurs after [=JayRiott=] references two Nintendo games back to back, leading to a "short-sighted money grab" copyright strike. This was before the company became more lenient with their [=IPs=].
** Death number 20 in part 5 is "LA Traffic", where someone waits in gridlocked traffic for so long that they decompose into a skeleton.
** Death number 8 in part 6 boils down to "Liking [[Franchise/StarWars Jar Jar Binks]]". Uniquely, this is one both against his fans and haters. The fan is [[TheDitz portrayed by Stu]] and the hater came in and killed him with a lightsaber simply because Stu stated that [[DisproportionateRetribution he found Jar Jar funny in his own home with no one else in sight]].



* TeleportSpam: Death number 5 in part 2 is caused by excessive use of Ender Pearls and, consequently, [[ZergRush excessive spawning of Endermites]].

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* TeleportSpam: Death number 5 in part 2 is caused by excessive use of Ender Pearls and, consequently, [[ZergRush excessive spawning of Endermites]].



** Death number 48 in part 1 is "Missing The Toilet"… as in, falling from a great height and missing the toilet water that would’ve kept you from dying.

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** Death number 48 in part 1 is "Missing The Toilet"… as in, falling from a great height and missing the toilet water that would’ve kept you from dying.



* WhenTreesAttack: Number 15 in part 1 is "Eaten by a Tree".

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* WhenTreesAttack: Number Death 15 in part 1 is "Eaten by a Tree".


** Played straight in the Halloween Edition with death 38, which is "Realizing that your chocolate was probably made with slave labor"... then parodied in death 40, which has [=JayRiott=] getting assassinated by an M&M.

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** Played straight in the Halloween Edition with death 38, which is "Realizing "[[DrivenToSuicide Realizing that your you've probably supported slave labor every time you ate chocolate was probably made with slave labor"... in your whole life]]"... then parodied in death 40, which has [=JayRiott=] getting assassinated by an M&M.M&M with a sniper rifle (labeled as "Pointing out on your somewhat popular [=YouTube=] channel that Mars's chocolate is probably made with slave labor").

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* YourMom: Deaths 28, 29, and 30 of the Halloween edition involve making these jokes within earshot of [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Voorhees]], [[Film/{{Psycho}} Norman Bates]], and [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]], respectively.

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* OwMyBodyPart: Death 15 in the Halloween Edition is "Hearing a Blood Curdling Scream", prompting the victim to exclaim "Ow, my blood!" before collapsing.


** Death 31 in part 8 is one against the dialogue of ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''.

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** Death 31 in part 8 is one against the dialogue of ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''.''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''
** Death 14 in the Halloween edition is one against EA Games, referring to its CEO's smile as "a truly cursed image".

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GglQQRDMsqA Halloween edition]]


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** Played straight in the Halloween Edition with death 38, which is "Realizing that your chocolate was probably made with slave labor"... then parodied in death 40, which has [=JayRiott=] getting assassinated by an M&M.


** While giving an object an enchantment within the range of 127 to 255 sounds awesome in concept, it usually leads to the wearer/user dying.

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** While giving an object an enchantment within the range of 127 to 255 sounds awesome in concept, it usually leads to the wearer/user dying.dying [[GoneHorriblyRight due to the overperformance of said equipment]].



** Death number 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, they re-routed said track into a lava pit.

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** Death number 10 in part 1 happens to a boss who underpaid the people who made his minecart track; in retaliation, [[KillItWithFire they re-routed said track into a lava pit.pit]].



** When "X 127 - 255" equipment isn't inflicting a BalefulPolymorph on the wearer, it's probably doing this.



*** Death 28: When asked who's the most beautiful of them all, the Magic Mirror breaks because the term is completely subjective.

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*** Death 28: When asked who's the most beautiful of them all, the Magic Mirror breaks [[LogicBomb breaks]] because the term is completely subjective.

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